All the net savings come on the defense side, where the request for IT funding is down about 6 percent from fiscal 2014 spending.
The executive training proposal complements a broader, $56 billion plan aimed at improving customer service by federal agencies.
Four of six instruments designed for NOAA’s next-gen system are ready for integration on the spacecraft, which is scheduled for launch in 2016.
The joint program needs better management and clear lines of responsibility, the watchdog agency said in a report.
A GAO report says the Army Workload and Performance System is duplicative and needs tighter oversight.
Feb. 28 reports will shed new light on agency's compliance efforts.
Pledges for 2014 to work remotely have already exceeded last year's.
A study from the Bipartisan Policy Center recommends incentives to persuade utility companies to comply with industry standards.
A new report reveals insider details from the scramble to save HealthCare.gov.
Small Business Committee Chairman Sam Graves hopes that putting teeth in data reporting requirements will give smaller firms a better chance to compete for federal contracts.
Defense Department CIO is concerned the legislation might collide with internal Pentagon realignment efforts.
Current plans to trim Pentagon spending are clipping around the edges, and officials fear tougher choices will be hard for Congress to agree to.